ACPI_SLEEP=trueAn additional comment that applies to at least pre-release Breezy (and the 2.6.12 kernel): It may be necessary to add modules like uhci-hcd and b44 to the MODULES line. Join the community here, it only takes a minute. status works Closing the lid and power Button have no effect Buttons for volume and brightness are working Modem is not recognized even after installing softmodem Network card works fine See My cursor is constantly jumping across lines, highlighting and deleting text etc. http://mffonline.com/dell-inspiron/dell-inspiron-1300-new-ram.php
There we go. Had to activate dma for dvd drive in /etc/hdparm.conf to get decent dvd performance. On a terminal, execute: $ sudo setkeycodes 0x81 129 $ sudo setkeycodes 0x82 130 $ sudo setkeycodes 0x83 131 $ sudo setkeycodes 0x84 132 (here, we're assigning scancode 0x81 to keycode funny you telling me there is no fixed optical drive and one line below that you recommend a fresh install from a cd.... http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/dell-inspiron-8200-configuration-setup-disabled.148671/
In order to do so, Edit "/etc/modules/" and add the following line: 'apm'. Install the package ndiswrapper and follow the installation description on their homepage at http://ndiswrapper.sourceforge.net. Reply Kacy says: April 26, 2010 at 7:47 pm My mouse properties does not have a dell touchpad tab. Download the latest driver for the touchpad.
This can be remedied by adding vga=791 to the kernel's startup parameters in your GRUB configuration, which tells the Linux framebuffer to use a VESA video mode which is compatible with Dell Inspiron 2600 Normal install with angled lines during the install which is what I experienced could not eliminate them in console either. Maybe you have to fix the BIOS issue first.) Automatic CPU throttling works beautifully. Dell Latitude D400 Yes Modem not tested.
The first entry fixes the crashes, the second entry removes the high-pitched sound. Roxana Reply Rhys says: April 5, 2011 at 7:39 am I have no “Mouse Settings” as an option in Hardware and Sound. The suspended session seems to get lost. As long as I did manage to find the Apoint folder (and copied it to another place on my hard drive where I know it won’t get lost, I would really
It either hangs or unchecks the Active box every time. (PepeSánchez: With last Ubuntu kernel & packets versions, and an ipw2100 card, both work, even with WEP keys. Thank you for your site. The only way to stop it is to hold the on/off button down until the computer shuts off. after doing this the tab shows up on the mouse settings.
This has been known to cure the problem in at least two systems (Inspiron 9300 and Precision M70). get redirected here This is the soloution for Dell Computers. I could not find this information anywhere else. you can fix this by going into “my computer” and searching “apoint.exe” right click and select open file location then click on delltpad.
Due to my illness, I stopped being able to get my hardrive backed up (which still needs to be done which (in part) had to do with Norton Internet Security. I suspect the TFT screen is incorrectly detected as it works when an external monitor is connected. Now click on “Touchpad Settings”. http://mffonline.com/dell-inspiron/dell-inspiron-4000.php You must first upgrade to BIOS version A32.
Restore password × Upload manual upload from disk upload from url Thank you for your help! × AdBlocker Detected! I had a problem with the screen dying during installation when X11 was configured. I have read through MANY discussions that get close to what I am experiencing, but nothing that seems to be exactly my issue.
X starts with 640x480, put HorizSync 30-65 VertRefresh 50-75 in Monitor section, this resulted in 1280x1024.
Name: Email: I do have a lot to say, and questions of my own for that matter, but first I'd like to say thank you, Dave, for all your helpful information I’ll wrap up by suggesting again, however, that you try to get used to the feature now so you don’t fall further and further behind as PCs evolve with their user Now you should be able to go to Desktop>Administration>Screen Resolution and set your screen resolution to 1024x768. To get the sound running, type sudonano/boot/grub/menu.lst and add acpi_irq_isa=7 to the boot options. (Is it the same bug like described in Bug 1254?) For example, toward the end of /boot/grub/menu.lst
Other than that, pretty much the same as with D600. Thanks, Steve Reply Roger says: September 19, 2010 at 3:40 am Hi The Dell Touchpad option does not appear in the Mouse control panel on my Latitude E5510, with Win7. It seems like Dell touch pad was listed in a long lists of files, etc. my review here I will sign off and hopefully be able to preview and click my Touchpad only once in order to get this to you!
ChrisCrane, Apr-2007, I installed Edgy Final on my Inpiron 1100 and it now works well.